This title features a selection of delicious recipes that will inspire diabetic cooks and enable them to enjoy food with the family on an everyday basis. It contains recipes for quick snacks, light lunches, substantial suppers and large family meals, and includes a chapter on special occasional treats such as puddings, cookies and desserts. Recipes are full of slow release carbohydrates that are high in flavour, energy and goodness but low on sugar, salt and fat, to make the most of your mealtimes. It is illustrated with over 160 photographs, each of the 75 recipes comes with a complete nutritional analysis and easy-to-follow instructions. This book contains everything you need for a day to day diet that is high on goodness and flavour and low on salt sugar and empty calories. The recipes present a collection of dishes that use a wide variety of ingredients, food types, flavourings and tastes. Here you will find meals that you can cook for every day of the week, simple suppers, healthy lunches, light meals, quick snacks and hearty family dinners. If you are cooking for children they will love many of the traditional favourites in the book, but there are also plenty of original, new and exciting recipes that will inspire the cook to try new ideas and flavours.
Bridget Jones graduated in home economics from Surrey University, then worked as a food stylist for a major publishing house before training as an editor. She has since combined her passion for food and for writing in working on over 50 titles on a range of food subjects, including The Complete Book of Diabetic Cooking (Lorenz Books), and The Farmer's Market Guide to Vegetables. She has also acted as consultant on a number of titles, including The Reader's Digest Eat Well Live Well series and Ultimate Mind and Body (Caxton). Bridget also contributes to many magazines and appears regularly on local radio.